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College men's hockey: UMD trails Boston University after first period
20 min 47 sec ago
Two drivers injured, one facing charges after St. Louis County crash
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Unsure what to plant in your garden? Get your soil tested by University of Minnesota
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Vikings' Greenway takes $3 million cut to stay
4 hours 22 min ago
Gogebic Taconite formally withdraws from northern Wisconsin mining project
21 hours 1 min ago
Religion bill seen as targeting gay people passes in Arkansas Senate
3 hours 46 min ago
Minnesota Capitol restoration project $30 million over budget
18 hours 48 min ago
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Charges: St. Paul pizzeria was a front for marijuana dealing
20 hours 1 min ago
1 dead, 2 injured after fire at Minnesota senior living complex
5 hours 1 min ago
Second Minnesota turkey farm hit by bird flu
7 hours 45 min ago
Single-engine plane crashes in Cass County
5 hours 31 min ago
Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Warmer this weekend
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Tywuan Young and Kyley Wolf, both seniors at Denfeld High School, write positive messages to their fellow students on post-in notes Wednesday. The notes are part of an anti-bullying campaign at the school. More than 4,000 notes have been posted. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
Posting positivity: Denfeld students share uplifting messages at school
March 26, 2015 - 7:59pm
International Falls kindergartners spent a month learning about art with Mason Wilson of The Canvas Butcher, thanks to a grant from the newly formed Mr. Pete Foundation to honor retired International Falls teacher Mike Peterson. The students
Through foundation, 'Mr. Pete' continues to inspire
March 26, 2015 - 9:32pm
Dayton wants to get tough on poachers
19 hours 57 min ago
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